Upstate physicians break ground on new medical complex in Camillus
With a shovel full of dirt, physicians affiliated with Upstate Medical
The single-story, 25,528 square foot is expected to include more than a dozen services, including a family medicine primary care practice; cardiology, pulmonology, rheumatology, pain medicine, neurology, neurosurgery, orthopedics, physical medicine & rehabilitation, urology, featuring women’s urology, ENT, vascular surgery and psychiatry/behavioral health.
The complex will feature a full radiology imaging suite, including MR and CT, and include a physical therapy suite. The complex also includes free on-site parking for patients.
The medical complex will be Township 5’s third-largest building, behind Costco and the Movie Tavern.
The faculty practice plan is comprised of all clinical faculty of the Upstate’s College of Medicine. Locating the practice within Township 5 will offer patient convenience to those who live or work on the west side of town.
Of the planned new medical complex, Lawrence Chin, MD, professor
Township 5 is an open-air center that includes shopping, dining options, entertainment, medical offices, an apartment community
Caption: Upstate Medical University physicians and Township 5 officials get set to break ground on a new medical complex set to open Fall 2019.